A complicated meditation on manhood : In I'm Afraid of Men, writes Tara Henley, trans author Vivek Shraya embraces masculinity in order to let it go
Storm clouds gather over the city of Vancouver, threatening a downpour, as the author, musician and visual artist Vivek Shraya peruses the stacks at Pulp Fiction on Main Street.
"My book was inspired by this," she says, picking up a copy of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's We Should All Be Feminists. "We're calling it 'single essay non-fiction' ... There's something about that book in particular - it's very accessible."
Shraya's latest outing, I'm Afraid of Men, is a similarly slim, access...